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Widen Your Perspective on Europe

The EU’s not-so-resilient Eastern neighbourhood

The EU’s not-so-resilient Eastern neighbourhood

Five years after the adoption of the European Union Global Strategy (EUGS), the strategic objectives outlined in the document are still far from being achieved. This holds true especially regarding the strategic priority of investing

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The re-bordering phenomenon. How the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic affected cross-border cooperation in Europe?

The re-bordering phenomenon. How the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic affected cross-border cooperation in Europe?

The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic which began in late 2019 and exploded worldwide in the first half of 2020, has impacted people’s daily lives and the functioning of most countries in many ways that still need to

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Dispatches from the Borderland: The centre cannot hold

Dispatches from the Borderland: The centre cannot hold

Turning and turning in the widening gyre; The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world (...) The Second Coming, W.B. Yeats “The centre

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“Mortal Danger” or “Unity in Adversity”? The Effects of Covid-19 on European Solidarity and Implications for the Future of Europe

“Mortal Danger” or “Unity in Adversity”? The Effects of Covid-19 on European Solidarity and Implications for the Future of Europe

At the beginning of 2020, the European Union was forced to deal with an unprecedented health crisis which has impacted the whole world. No country was able to escape the disastrous economic and human consequences

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Do the Eastern European Member States Represent Their Interests in Brussels Enough? A Closer Look at Lobbying in the Visegrad Group

As the severe consequences of the coronavirus crisis are about to hit the European economy, the internal competition between various interest groups is undoubtedly heating up. The visions of European … Read more